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Dr. Laynah Rogers

Dr. Laynah Rogers

"A man's heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps." Proverbs 16:9 KJV
Congratulations on your decision to enroll at Evangel University! Our desire is to build a bridge of welcome to students of all ages. God bless your academic program as you study with academically talented professors who are also Christians. This will change your current lifestyle and impact your children and future generations!

Title: Director Academic Support Center/Coordinator University Seminar

Office: Zimmerman Hall, Suite 218

Email Dr. Laynah Rogers

Professional Information: Ed.D.
M.Ed
B.S.

Job Responsibilities: Professor/StrengthsQuest Advisor/Sponsor Alpha Chi/Director Academic Support Center/Coordinator / Learning Disabilities Coordinator

Org Memberships: Writers Hall of Fame (charter board member)

Courses Taught: Study Skills; Composition; Reading; Basic English Skills; Community Services; Adult and Prior Learning Assessment

Publications:
Various articles published

Started Work: 1983

Favorite Thing About Work: Assisting students to identify their God given strengths and managing their weaknesses is a personal commitment of mine. Everyone has (or needs to have) a dream! My commitment is to assist students to make that dream come true. Using personal study skills strategies is certainly a beginning step working toward those dreams. Log onto the website for study strategies to assist you with organizational strategies.

Was an Evangel Student: yes

Favorite Memory as a Student: Evangel offered professional women as role models, and that was the first time I had encountered Christian women who were also professionals. They "opened up and broadened my worldview," invited me in to serve others, and served as mentors to me, which, in turn, impacted my two children and husband and future students at Evangel.

Originally From: Michigan and later Illinois

Personal Information: Living a victorious life in Christ does not mean that the road is smooth. In fact, I often find as Robert Frost describes, "The Road Not Taken" that represents the exciting challenges that daily confront me. God's love and grace provide a solid rock which is my foundation and the paths are exciting journeys along the way.

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